Definition of Sand-blind

1. Adjective. Having greatly reduced vision.




Definition of Sand-blind

1. Adjective. (alternative spelling of sandblind) ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sand-blind

sanctuaries
sanctuarize
sanctuarized
sanctuarizes
sanctuarizing
sanctuary
sanctuarylike
sanctum
sanctum sanctorum
sanctum santorum
sanctums
sanctus
sanctus bell
sand
sand-art
sand-blind (current term)
sand-crack
sand-grouse
sand-martin
sand art
sand badger
sand bar
sand bars
sand bath
sand berry
sand blackberry
sand bodies
sand boil
sand box
sand boxes

Literary usage of Sand-blind

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare, Ebenezer Charlton Black (1906)
"32. sand-blind. Launcelot's degrees of comparison — sand-blind, high-gravel-blind, stone-blind! ' Sand,' probably a popular corruption of Anglo-Saxon sdm, ..."

2. The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare, Ebenezer Charlton Black (1906)
"32. sand-blind. Launcelot's degrees of comparison — sand-blind, high-gravel-blind, stone-blind! ' Sand,' probably a popular corruption of Anglo-Saxon sdm, ..."

3. The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare (1906)
"27 is for the same reason preferable to the First Quarto 'command.' 32. sand-blind. Launcelot's degrees of comparison — sand-blind, high-gravel-blind, ..."

4. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases, and Usages by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
"Shakspeare has sand-blind (M. of V. II. ii. 31) ; Launcelot says— " O heavens, ... On this, the American commentator, Mr. Rolfe, notes— " sand-blind. ..."

5. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases, and Usages by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
"Shakspeare has sand-blind (M. of V. II. ii. ... being more than sand-blind, high-gravel blind, knows me not.;> On this, the American commentator, Mr. Rolfe, ..."

6. The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare, Ebenezer Charlton Black (1906)
"32. sand-blind. Launcelot's degrees of comparison — sand-blind, high-gravel-blind, stone-blind! ' Sand,' probably a popular corruption of Anglo-Saxon sdm, ..."

7. The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare, Ebenezer Charlton Black (1906)
"32. sand-blind. Launcelot's degrees of comparison — sand-blind, high-gravel-blind, stone-blind! ' Sand,' probably a popular corruption of Anglo-Saxon sdm, ..."

8. The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare (1906)
"27 is for the same reason preferable to the First Quarto 'command.' 32. sand-blind. Launcelot's degrees of comparison — sand-blind, high-gravel-blind, ..."

9. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases, and Usages by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
"Shakspeare has sand-blind (M. of V. II. ii. 31) ; Launcelot says— " O heavens, ... On this, the American commentator, Mr. Rolfe, notes— " sand-blind. ..."

10. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases, and Usages by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
"Shakspeare has sand-blind (M. of V. II. ii. ... being more than sand-blind, high-gravel blind, knows me not.;> On this, the American commentator, Mr. Rolfe, ..."

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